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Aug 10, 2013 10:50pm EDT
. that's a shift in the way suburban america is perceived as too big a story to ignore. >> leigh gallagher. part of book tv this weekend on c-span two. >> michael kamber released a new book, photojournalist on war. 10 years after the invasion of iraq, he and a group of journalists sat down to discuss what they learned. from the newon america foundation in new york ity is >> so thanks for coming out tonight on an unreasonably wet une evening. it is great to see such a wonderful turn-out up here. a few words before i introduce three incredibly esteemed colleagues up here. since the committee to protect journalists began tracking attacks on journalists some 32 ears ago, no conflict has been as dangerous or deadly no journalists as the war in iraq. since 2003, 150 journalists and more than 50 media support workers have been killed there. the vast majority of them were targeted murderers. they weren't killed because they were in the wrong place at the wrong time, because they were karate in a crossfire or hit with the shrapnel of a car bomb. they are killed because of who they were or more spec
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